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Stop Number TWO

You’re Heading To Cabinet Bar & Balcony

Hopefully you cracked the code while you were at Grill Steak Seafood! We’ve put our recommendation below for the best way to get to your next destination.

Head down Hardware Lane towards Bourke Street.

Once you reach Bourke walk towards Elizabeth Street.

Here you will have to walk past the Royal Arcade and you will come across Little Collins.

Keep walking along Little Collins and keep an eye open for Rainbow Alley.


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Here you will be sharing the delicious halloumi sliders!

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Getting thirsty?

While you are here we recommend you try the Jose Jo Cocktail, it’s a popular favourite.


 
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The 18th Amendment only forbade the “manufacture, sale and transportation of intoxicating liquors” - but not the actual consumption. By law, any wine, beer or spirits that Americans had stashed away in January 1920 were theirs to keep and enjoy in the privacy of their homes. For most people, this amounted to only a few bottles, but some affluent drinkers built cavernous wine cellars and even bought out whole liquor store inventories to ensure they had healthy stockpiles of legal hooch. Now, that’s a serious commitment to grog!


Wondering where to next?
Crack the clue below to work it out!


Rebus Puzzle!

While you eat, try to crack the code below to work out your next destination.


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